newsfootball7 months ago

I will continue at the biggest club in the world, proclaims Vinicius Jr

Real Madrid winger Vinicius Jr has asserted that he is set to commit to fresh terms with the Spanish side as he continues to mark a legacy for himself at the club and acknowledged the leadership of the senior players to settle into the rigorous pressures initially. Vinicius joined Madrid in 2017.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Don’t know what’s going to happen but I want to stay at Real Madrid, asserts Marcelo

In light of him becoming Real Madrid’s most decorated player, Marcelo Vieira has admitted that he wants to stay at the club and keep playing despite his contract situation. The 33-year-old’s contract expires at the end of the season and it has been reported that he is set to leave the Los Blancos.
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newsfootball2 years ago

Reports | Real Madrid looking to keep Zinedine Zidane until end of 2020/21 season

According to ESPN, Real Madrid are keen on keeping Zinedine Zidane as their manager until the end of the current season despite the Frenchman’s poor results across the board. The Los Blancos were knocked out of the Copa Del Rey recently to make it three games without a win in all competitions.
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newsfootball2 years ago

Reports | Real Madrid players will be asked to take another pay-cut over COVID-19 losses

According to ESPN, Real Madrid are set to ask their players to take another pay-cut to help ease the losses the club has incurred because of COVID-19. This will be the second pay-cut that the Los Blancos have asked their players to take with the first one used to protect the jobs of club workers.
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newsfootball3 years ago

La Liga has become a lot tougher this season, admits Marcelo

Real Madrid superstar Marcelo has admitted that Spanish league has become a lot tougher this season. The Los Blancos have done relatively well in the La Liga but still suffered a stunning loss to 18th place Mallorca a win that ended their unbeaten run and allowed Barcelona to leap-frog over them.
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